Posted On: 08/15/19 2:10 PM

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK- With the 2019-2020 high school basketball season quickly approaching, it’s safe to assume there’s big talent coming to the metro OKC area. However, this year, the big talent is coming from the smaller towns of the state.

Landyn Owens is a Junior at Ada high school in Ada, OK. Landyn is a small forward/point guard for Ada and, despite being just 5’8”, has a huge future heading her way.

Owens, who has a tremendous amount of experience, says her dream started small, in the small Boy’s and Girls Club of her town.

“I’ve been playing for roughly seven or eight years now, I remember playing at the Boys and Girls club here in Ada, and I instantly fell in love with the game.” Owens spoke.

Owens has a long history with AAU team Swarm. She says it’s helped her get more familiar with bigger opponents outside of the state. 

“Playing with Swarm is like a family. We go out to different tournaments, face different teams from different places, and we think that’s so cool to get to compete at that level. Swarm, everyone has your back

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